No, your feet must stay planted behind the free throw line.
No, a basketball player is not allowed to throw the ball up in the air before attempting their foul shot. Players are able to do any preparation that will help them, but are not allowed to release the ball into the air before shooting.
Shooting, or taking a shot.
yes, the weight of a basketball does affect free throws because while shooting a free throw you have a routine for every opportunity of shooting a free throw and if have a basketball that has different weight then your other basketball then you will end up short or long.
When someone fouls a person who is shooting gets a free throw.
In basketball, lane shooting is taking shots from inside the free throw lane. This is usually difficult because of the number of defenders.
You score points by shooting it in the basket (not a free throw).
To throw the basketball towards the hoop. This is usually called shooting, or taking a shot.
Yes, they are allowed to jump or leave the ground while shooting a free throw. But if they jump when they shoot and the tip of their shoe croses the line then the freethrow basket will not count.
A free throw line is the line players shoot from when they are fouled while shooting or fouled when the opponents have 4 team fouls.
When someone gets hit in basketball a foul is called and if they are shooting the ball at the basket they get to shoot a free throw. A free throw is worth one point and they are shot without jumping from the line about 15 feet straight from the hoop.
You have 5 seconds to throw the ball in but you can also run up and down the baseline as long as you stay out of bounds.
You don't need any points to get a free throw. You get free throws when someone commits a shooting foul.
To score a goal (a "basket") in the game of basketball, the basketball must pass through the hoop of the opponent's goal. When a person is attempting to throw the ball so it will pass through the hoop and score a goal or basket, it is called taking a shot or shooting the basketball. This may seem strange because "shooting" is usually an action word associated with firearms, but the terminology is the same.
needed a way to give shooters a chance to score if they were fouled while shooting
Shooting a basket from the high end of the circle that encompasses the free throw foul line.
No im sorry but you can not have your foot on the line when you are shooting a freethrow. If you do put your foot on the line and you make it the shot will not count.